All ACHE affiliates located within the chapter's assigned geographic territory automatically became members of the chapter as a benefit of being an ACHE affiliate. Only ACHE affiliates are eligible to hold membership in the chapter.
Membership with South Florida Healthcare Executive Forum
As a member of South Florida Healthcare Executive Forum, you will have access to important resources such as:
- Online membership directory (login required)
- National job listings
- FACHE study group
- ACHE Face-to-Face education credit
- Educational programs on timely healthcare topics
- Online discussion forum
- Interaction with community healthcare leaders
- Networking with peers and colleagues
You will also have the opportunity to participate in the management of the organization itself, which includes, board participation, chairing committees and taking leadership roles within the chapter. Continuing membership drives and participating in activities will bring you opportunities for other promotional benefits as our chapter develops.
If you’re visiting this section, it’s because you see the value of attaining the prestigious FACHE credential. Similar to physicians who become Board-certified in their area of specialty, healthcare administrators also devote a great deal of time and effort to refining their knowledge and experience in today’s complex healthcare environment. Advancing within ACHE by earning the FACHE credential is one way to demonstrate to the healthcare community that you’ve committed to our field of endeavor and that you have the right mix of experience, continuing education, professional/civic involvement - as well as the respect of healthcare colleagues who provide references - to represent our profession in this changing arena.
Advancement Information Sessions
ACHE offers many resources to assist you in preparing to advance in the College. Advancement Information webinars detail the steps to take and, best of all, can be taken at your leisure. Visit http://www.ache.org/mbership/credentialing/fellowadvance.cfm to learn more. From time to time, the Forum – as your local ACHE Chapter – will offer Advancement Information Sessions to answer your questions and assist you in attaining certification. One last avenue of assistance is your local SFHEF Board of Directors. Your local ACHE representatives will answer any questions and/or direct you to the appropriate ACHE representative.
Be sure to check out ACHE’s Advancement FAQ. Many of your questions are answered by following this link. http://www.ache.org/mbership/credentialing/faq.cfm.
The first question most people have is about the requirements for advancement. ACHE covers them succinctly and also offers you the opportunity to submit your online application. Follow this link http://www.ache.org/mbership/credentialing/steps.cfm for more information about the advancement requirements.